We have two websites. The default website runs our customer’s data entry website on port 443. Our security system is brought up by entering http://www.prorizon.com/account/login
If someone only enters http://www.prorizon.com
our security system redirects the request to the second website Info (http://www.info.prorizon.com
). The bindings for each site are listed below. External DNS is setup by our provider for each of the URL’s.
Internally this process works flawlessly. Externally, if the user goes to one of the account/login URL’s it works perfectly. But it they try the www.prorizon.com
they get a 404 – bad request error message. All the articles we’ve read mention correcting the host headers. But as far as we can tell, they all look correct and we’re not sure why it works as expected internally, but not